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Thursday, 22 November 2018

Art With Heart Blog Hop November - Sketch Theme



This week the Art With Heart Team have a Sketch inspired Blog Hop to share with you.

Here's the sketch we're using which was supplied by the very clever Ros Davidson, thanks Ros.
For those who haven't seen or used a sketch before, the idea is to use this sketch as a basis for your inspiration. You can interpret it any way you choose.
We hope you like how we have each put our own spin on the sketch and that it inspires you to get creative and make some fabulous cards. If you are inspired by the sketch, please share with us! 

I chose to use this sketch very literally!
But look! The set I've used is NEW!! Geared Up Garage! It will be available in the Occasions Catalogue, live to customers on the 3rd of January.


The car stamped on the Basic Gray background in Smoky Slate is suggested, by my son. to be a Mustang. There are numerous car images in this set including a tool box, oil can, grease stain and Father's Day greetings. Yay! Love this set for the men!
Oh, the paper too is new! The Classic Garage DSP 6 x 6 pack coordinates perfectly with the Geared Up Garage stamp set. 
But wait, there's also a thinlit set to cut out all the images, amazing!


I hope you've enjoyed my take on this sketch and a peek and some new products.
The next stamper to hop over to for more amazing inspiration is Rebecca Jacovou, who is the first stamper in our Blog Hop.

Thank you for visiting, don't forget to share your projects with us,

Happy stampin',
Rachel




4 comments:

  1. Oh sneak peak of the geared up garage! It looks great paired with the sketch. I'm loving subtle cars stamped in the background.
    Thanks for taking part in the sketch blog hop this month.

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  2. Great background stamping and a wonderful use of this new sneak peek bundle of Classic Garage, very cool!

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  3. A great sneaky peak Rachel. Great card too!

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  4. Fantastic Male card Rachel, I love this set and the matching DSP, colours go really well together.xx

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